Children's Book Review: Remember, Just Be You by William Campbell

May 31, 2016

Remember, Just Be You

Disclosure: I received this book for review purposes only. All opinions are my own.

I am always on the hunt for fun books to offer my children, ones they will enjoy, ones they will want to read again (and again), and ones that will send a positive message. Remember, Just Be You is all three and such an inspiring story about a young boy named Mark, who was very concerned about his first day of school. Mark wondered if he would be good at something, like his classmates, and wanted so badly to fit in and thanks to his great and understanding parents, who constantly and consistently encouraged him to be himself, he learned a valuable lesson.

This story is a great reminder for us all to have faith and allow ourselves to be who we are meant to be, and not compare ourselves to others! This is a great read of encouragement for our children. Pick one up through the link below.

A portion of each book sold will be donated to Saint Jude and Feeding America Charities


"We have all had moments where we didn't feel like we fit in as children and even as adults. We sometimes forget to just be ourselves. Follow Mark as he goes through his journey of finding out why it is always important to just be you."

About the Author:

William Campbell grew up in small town on the Eastern Shore of Virginia and was determined to make a difference. He currently resides in Richmond, Virginia and is the proud father of a daughter and son, who help keep him active. He is also the proud uncle of three nieces and three nephews. William enjoys volunteering his time to help those in need.

Stay Connected:

Amazon Author Page: William Campbell
Amazon Book Page: Remember, Just Be You
Facebook: Remember-Just-Be-You
Youtube: Remember-Just-Be-You


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